Male/female interaction, mate selection, marriage, child rearing, game etc all boils down to a fundamental understanding of human sexuality.
On one hand it is possible to view human sexuality as a very flawed process; on the other, human sexuality could be a design feature.
If human sexuality is a flawed process based in conflicting evolutionary instincts, would we see the number of problems that have become apparent in the last 50 years of western civilization? If indeed h/s is an evolutionary process, shouldn’t we see an overall improvement in mate selection and procreation in general?
The traditional churchish view that sex is dirty or shameful and only tolerated for procreation would address the sociological problems in modern society. It falls short in other areas of investigation such as pair bonding and child rearing.
A third view seems more rational. Human sexuality is a design feature built into the species homo sapiens. This view, while potentially more rational, is also more troubling and challenging theologically for modern church goer. Because if its true that h/s is a design feature the question becomes, “why aren’t we teaching about it from that perspective? .